Disaster Management and Emergency Preparedness

The lack of imagination lies in believing that the worst crisis never happened before and many not happen for the next 50 years. The truth is, it will happen. We just don’t know when. Some small existential risks can be mitigated directly or indirectly by building resilience and reserves to increase survivability. However, meeting the larger and unknown risks, especially those that challenge the survivability of humanity itself requires collective wisdom, technology foresight, and ability to mobilize strong community response.

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Assess & Anticipate the wider array of factors that

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Prepare for potential outbreak

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Manage response

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Strengthen global/ national health security

Need for Entry/ Exit Body Temperature Measurement Systems

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Early Detection & Isolation

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Tracking Carriers & Reporting to Authorities

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Social Distancing

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Curbing spread of the virus

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Benefits

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Embrace the unpredictable nature of rare events and adopt a mindset of preparation vs. fire-fighting

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Pursue anti-fragility as a competitive advantage

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Assess and anticipate factors that contribute to the amplification of virus spread within your environments

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Avoid fatal health risk scenarios, manage response and pull ahead during downturns

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Improve efficiencies, safety and productivity of your people during critical or risky situations